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Don Moen Cuts Sod For $90,000 Orphanage School Project In Ghana

American gospel musician, Don Moen and Friends Foundation from the United States have cut a sod for the building of an orphanage school in Ghana.

Located at Ofaakor in Kasoa, the school which will be built for the  Royal Seed Home would have eight (8) rooms.

The entire construction cost of the school is $90,000.

Information has it that already friends in Kansas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Maryland have already contributed $61,728 towards the building project.

The school will be named Don Moen and Friends School for Excellence upon completion.

Royal Seed Home is home to more than 190 children. Worship In Action [WIA] partners with Royal Seed on a monthly basis to provide nutritious food and safe water for the children.

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